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Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit welcomed by GAFCON Primates

Following his enthronement as the sixth Archbishop of Kenya on Sunday 3rd July in All Saints’ Cathedral, Nairobi, the Most Rev Jackson Ole Sapit met with the GAFCON Primates who had travelled from as far away as South America to be present for this day of prayer, preaching and colourful celebration.

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A leading Anglican theologian exposes the ‘Third Way’ myth

There can be no compromise on issues that affect our eternal destiny. The myth of the 'third way' on the doctrinal issues concerned with human sexuality has been exposed by Dr Martin Davie and in this article Canon Charles Raven shows that it cannot provide a faithful way forward for the Anglican Communion.

CHAIRMAN’S PASTORAL LETTER

Chairman’s July 2016 Pastoral Letter

Jesus says ‘Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed’. Our Chairman Archbishop Okoh reminds us that this promise should be a powerful encouragement to us as we press on to preach the gospel.

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Archbishop Jensen been the General Secretary of GAFCON since its beginnings in 2008. He is a graduate of the Universities of London, Sydney and Oxford and has taught Historical and Systematic Theology.  He was ordained in Sydney in 1969 and was the Principal of Moore Theological College from 1985 until he was elected Archbishop of Sydney in 2001, a post he held until he retired in 2013. He is the author of several books and gave the Boyer Lectures on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in 2005 on the subject of The Future of Jesus. He is married to Christine and they have five adult children and twenty four grandchildren.

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Anglican Communion Sunday

This year, May 29th has been designated as a unique Sunday to pray for the Anglican Communion and give to the work of the larger Church. It is an exciting time to be an Anglican, and an important moment to stand for the truth and be counted.

Back to Basics Part 6: Will You Stand With Us?

No one wants to see an end to the Anglican Communion. That is why the Primates went to Canterbury. Certainly the leaders of GAFCON are clear on this point. They are not proposing to replace the Communion. They are dealing with schism, not provoking it.

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GAFCON works to guard and proclaim the unchanging, transforming Gospel through biblically faithful preaching and teaching that frees our churches to make disciples by a clear and certain witness to Jesus Christ in all the world.

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